Fitness gifts for athletes and outdoorsy types: Holiday gift guide 2013

These fitness gifts will appeal to any athlete in your life, whether they enjoy yoga, running, soccer, golf or biking

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These fitness gifts will appeal to athletes of all stripes, whether they enjoy golf, yoga, soccer, running, biking, hiking or just hitting the gym. Active types will adore SoulCycle ornaments made by Jonathan Adler, Athleta running cuffs with hidden pockets and K-Way foldable gym bags.

  • K-Way medium folding duffel bag, $95, at K-Way, 424 West Broadway between Prince and Spring Sts (646-476-6669, k-way.ca)

  • Wild & Wolf bike repair kit (includes two metal tire levers, a multifunction bike tool, rubber solution, a bone wrench, a metal rasp, nine rubber patches in three sizes and patching instructions), $20, at bloomsburystore.com

  • Gaiam dual-sided antigerm fitness towel featuring hidden compartments, $25, at gaiam.com

  • Joyus at-home elliptical trainer, $125, at joyus.com

  • L.L. Bean LED flashlight with multitool (includes a knife, saw, bottle and can opener, scissors, Phillips and flat-head screwdrivers, and a heavy carabiner clip), $30, at llbean.com

  • Noizy Bluetooth earbuds, $99 each, at noizybrands.com

  • Athleta Run With It zip-pocket cuff, $12, at Athleta, 1517 Third Ave between 85th and 86th Sts (212-249-2072) • 216 Columbus Ave at 70th St (212-787-5602) • 126 Fifth Ave at 18th St (212-929-0512) • athleta.com

  • Timex Ironman Easy Trainer GPS watch, $100, at timex.com

  • Under Armour UA braided mini headbands, three for $20, at ua.com

  • Alite Mayfly collapsible 1.4lb chair, $100, at alitedesigns.com

  • Evon Cassier Perfect yoga tote, $218, at rodales.com

  • Columbia Freeze Degree men’s short-sleeve crew-neck sweat-activated cooling tee, $45, at columbia.com

  • C9 by Champion golf gift set (includes hat, towel and marker), $25, at Target, locations throughout the city; visit target.com

  • SoulCycle x Jonathan Adler porcelain wheel ornament, $38, at SoulCycle, locations throughout the city; visit soul-cycle.com

  • Lolë I Glow travel yoga mats, $30 each, at lolewomen.com

  • Brooks Nightlife reflective hat with built-in flashing rear LED light, $35, at brooksrunning.com

  • Lifefactory Straw Cap nontoxic glass water bottles, 12oz $23, 16oz $25, 22oz $27; all at Whole Foods Market, locations throughout the city; visit wholefoodsmarket.com

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    Adidas by Stella McCartney ski neck warmer, $50, at Adidas Sport Performance Store, 610 Broadway at Bleecker St (212-529-0081) • 90-15 Queens Blvd between 57th and 59th Sts, suite 2061, Elmhurst, Queens (718-393-9620) • adidas.com

  • Kikkerland bike bells, $16 each, at uncommongoods.com

  • Equipt for Play Spectator golf shoes, $229, at equiptforplay.com

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    Suck UK Punch laundry bag, $38, at gentsupplyco.com

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    Puma USA training soccer ball, $20, at puma.com

  • Sbyke P20 kick scooter, $249, at sbyke.com

  • EB Sport Group SYNC Burn 24-hour calorie-burn-tracking fitness band, $100, at Best Buy, locations throughout the city; visit bestbuy.com

  • New Balance Yankz shoelace-replacement expandable cords, $9, at New Balance Experience Store, 150 Fifth Ave at 20th St (212-727-2520, newbalance.com)

  • Under Armour men’s ColdGear Infrared Armour Fleece Storm hybrid insulating hoodie, $125, at ua.com

  • Asics Long Haul handheld water bottle, $18, at asicsamerica.com

  • Gaiam Neo-Baroque-print yoga mat, $22, at amazon.com

  • Sarut six-pack canvas bike bag, $75, at gentsupplyco.com

  • Prana Bhakti yoga-mat bag, $40, at Athleta, 1517 Third Ave between 85th and 86th Sts (212-249-2072) • 216 Columbus Ave at 70th St (212-787-5602) • 126 Fifth Ave at 18th St • athleta.com

K-Way medium folding duffel bag, $95, at K-Way, 424 West Broadway between Prince and Spring Sts (646-476-6669, k-way.ca)

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